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August 12, 2014
We wish to extend our deepest sympathy to our friend Stan who we were associated with many years during our International Harvester dealership [Escanaba Machine Co.}He was truly a man of top integrety as a friend and as a top representative of IH. With deepest sympathy from,

Richard and Wally Marenger
705 South 14th St.
Escanaba, Michigan 49829
Phone 906-786-8621
E mail: rmarenger@chartermi.net
July 27, 2014
My husband, Leland (Lee) Walter was a student when Stan was high school principal in Cooks, MI.in 1948-49. We loved catching up with Stan after he moved to Bonita Springs. We did that for several years in Bonita Springs, and we met with him when he still summered in Nameh when we visited the UP. He also joined reunions of the class of 1949 in the UP. He was full of life and loved everyone and every experience. We will miss him! Lee and Linda Walter
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